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rid of mosquitoes and where they breed. amy schumer has something to say about tampa, it's not nice. what she says and the people who live in it. >> this is the fox 13 6:00 news. >> i'm mark wilson. >> thank you for joining us. they met and went out for a date and they went their separate ways or so he >> it and they came back to his apartment with a plot. , they are struggling with the emotions considering how this unfolded. he was lured into a deadly first
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he was looking for love. she was looking for a target and police say she found it in adam hiliarie. , we want everyone to be and the 27-year-old was a native. boxer and most of all a great father. she is only 5 and, she will not see the great guy >> and they met on plenty of fish web site. they went out thursday and went back tots apartment. they believe she was just casing the place. >> given the way it worked out, it seemed like that's what she was intending to do. >> bustos came back later with three men. >> it there was a scuffle and he was shot and killed and
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>> a i'm not sure why it occurred. , she committed another burglary. there was evidence from the case in her car and investigators say that she may have tried this before. >> more than anything it is her comfort with the way it went. >> stunned friends stopped by his apartment to pay their respects. >> it is a twisted for someone to do. if you don't know him a great they are struggling but others learn a lesson from the loved one's death, i mate my brother has to be an example. i hobe they can learn from this and just take care of themselves and be careful. >> police say this is the worst-case scenario but others should take this as a lesson still. don't go back to someone's house on a first date, this sis, the worst-case scenario.
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the case are facing murder and robbery charges. they're all career criminals here. all three of the men and even that teen, kelly had one prior arrest as a juvenile. >> it is sad and so many people do online dating an important lesson. our thoughts with the family. thank you. now we have to talk about neglected pools. ugly but we have a serious health risk going on here. the situations like this. grey are perfect breeding virus popping up here the city of tampa is ep something up efforts to prevent the breeding grounds like this from continuing. kelly has more. what is going on? >> reporter: the mosquito control is done at the county level lut with the fears of the outbreak tampa says that it wants to get ahead of the problem it is stocked up on drunks to crete -- dunks to
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abandoned. >> homes like theres not just eye sores. cut through the weeds and yards and hundreds of properties reveal a bigger problem, officials say that neglected and untreated pools like this one are breeding facilities. >> what very got to find a way to deal with situations like this. like the pool and get in there and take care of the problems. >> neighborrings say the mosquito populatio control. and now they fear the pests that make the evenings unbearable could be carriers of the virus. very young families coming in. the life of the neighborhood i'm concerned about that. >> to combat the mosquito problem tampa has purchased 3600 dumpings to treat the pools, retention ponds and other areas
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help identifying the problem zones. >> we need help from the public because they see houses like this in the neighborhood, they see situations. >> reporter: the dunk are not harmful kill off larvae. the back where there is water. >> and they can be found at any hardware or home improvement store. if you have a pool and maintaining it and make sure it is color chlorinated do you not need to treat it. if you have a fountain or a
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a man will spend ten years of his life behind bars. after two years abating -- awaiting trial he agreed to a plea please. he will spend ten years in prison add be a lifetime sex offender, registered as one. he trafficked seven women in prostitution. one described why leaving was not an >> if i did not comply i was beaten. i have physical and mental scars. robert i'm not broken. today i have wings that i know i didn't have. >> and that victim was recruited when she was 23 years old.
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reconnected with the family members and been sober for three years. people who drive trucks are being targeted. 20 vehicles had their windows smashed at hotels early in the morning. and evan axele bank is live to explain why the deputies believe all the cases are related. evan? >> for one thieves target the locked vehicles and in this case the thieves are really pickup trucks. take a look it appears here that three hotes have been targeted the hampton inn in wesley chap headline eight broken into on sunday. august 6th deputies are looking into the possibility the same group hit 12 vehicles in tampa that were parked at a share ton at the fairgrounds. thousands worth of glasses, jewelry and guns taken. these are pros targeting hotels
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, they are targeting hotels and trucks and pasco and targeting -- targeting hillsborough. there could be a ring here. >> reporter: and deputies say they have video that may show the suspects two men in a mid-size dark four-door car. we may get that video tomorrow but at this point they are working to put together a better deputies say the hotel chains hit are alerting the other hotels in the chains that are along i-75 this may be a problem they will have to keep their eyes on, they will. evan axelbank reporting. thank you. there is information about the summer gator attack at a disney resort a report just released said the father tried to save his boy by reaching into the gator's jaws.
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29-year-old when he bit down to make a sand castle. it grabbed lane graves by his head. he died from a crushing bite and drowning. other visitors saw the gator shortly before the attack and one person was just about to warn the family but it was too late. >> that is so sad. rising prices a way to lower them for the future. that's what florida power start for the proposed rate hike the largest utility provider is requesting a 1.3 billion dollars to maintain the infrastructure and maintain the improvements f they approve it there will be a $13 increase on the bill every month by 2020 the request is not justified, we do not consider
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think they need all of the money, we feel that the evidence is going to show that it is just a big ask and a want not a need. >> and fpl said they will pay for 16 billion of up grades and reduce emissions. the puc will make the decision on a rate hike this fall. and so have you heard about this? she is one of the hottest comedians but she has a problem with what it is next. paul, not too bad. >> the summer sing sing along, more heat in the 90s. showers popping up. east of downtown. not many we'll show you sky tower views and we're tracking
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mayor bob buckhorn is the mayor is responding to amy schumer's slam on tampa in the book she calls it horrendous to question our literacy. she is one of the in hollywood. the book hits shelves and only 6 pages she is ripping them. how the mayor responded with humor of his own. the reaction on is hilt tearous.
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tampa they will boycott the book and show here. others are having fun more horrendous tampa and ill ill literal tampa. she writes i was doing a tour between two horrendous cities. i'm not scared about writing that and making them mad because i know for a fact no one who lives there has ever read a jkjkjk kinding kind of not kidding. she goes on to describe a one night stand with a british sailor and says it was one of the best nights of her life so someone a reporter asked the mayor about it, he said if she liked her one night stand there there is more where that came from.
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as misinformed. if she got to show us like we know each other, she probably would want to move here. , get to know us. this is a great city, if you thought you had a great one night stand come see us, great city that could give a one night stand. how are they not angle. i don't know. she is coming here for a performance and look at this. thanks to the bookstore she may do a book signing. it was deer miss schumer give us a chance the three people who read. she posted a photo on facebook with an invitation to do a book signing. >> schumer said i appreciate it
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maybe i'll come by if the timing works. now we're on the same level as long island. the time something perfect. she tweeted in response to a times article saying i'm very grateful to tampa it gave me one of the best nights of of my lif. we'll see if she dresses that when she performs here at amalie arena. >> that's funny. >> she is having a good time. they i think she will have a fun with it. >> she can have fun with it. she is a meetian. that's what makes it entertaining.
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popping up. changes on the way a better chance of storms starting tomorrow and it will last for a couple more days. the story again today. we have seen so many days like this in the low to mid90s. 92 is the high in tampa. 95 in sebring and frost proof and lakeland. 95 in brooksville. and sarasota you get the idea every day is hot. a couple of showers popping up tomorrow. the set up is bette afternoon storms. we'll zoom in and show a few wondering around tampa. and one near teleterrace and plant city. that's not -- near temple terrace and plant city. dade city and zephyrhills. that's sliding southeat south of arcadia moving into charlotte and lee counties. not a concern. that's about it. another dry and stifling amount
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the winds coming in from the west and the northwest a little bit of a sea breeze. producing rain. 92 in tampa and frost proof. future cast has showers. the pattern is changing a bit. more of an east and northeast wind for a time. and moisture kind of sliding our way from the northeast chance of storms later in the day. with a bind wednesday and that mean as better chance of storms coming up then as well. i think making headlines the next week or so will be the tropics swraoefplt three systems to track. fiona will die out in the process of doing that now. lots of dry air. td number 7 will be a tropical storm in the next day or two.
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we're watching that. 20% chance of development in 22 days 567,890% chance in five days. that system is going to move west northwest initially and there is a lot of dry air. >> and you want moisture to work with and the storm to get in the short term. it should the be much development. the water temperatures are warm enough to support the development for that reason and be a tropical form and in five to 7 days maybe 8 days, there should be some sort of tropical system near us or east of us
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when i'm talking about this tomorrow and wednesday. the models change the atmosphere changes but the theme is that there should be something near monday and tuesday and we have to walk and see how that behaves. the european model slices over the state into the gulf. we'll watch it every day. and my fox all kinds of graphics and model data we'll talk about that at latest track models interactive. that's good. 74 and a sea breeze west at 12. any showers dying down. 92. and storms with a high in the 90s.
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rain. low 90s for highs. scott. >> and the sports forecast rich starts off with the return of david price to the trop. that's coming up. and one play area little rusty. caught everyone. you will hear about shining up
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y236ay yy6y i'd say the joint and the practices worked out well for the bucs they are doing it again. and the browns come to practice. and the game coming up and they got back to work and austin seferian-jenkins is improving on the practice field. taking a pounding and hanging on and the head coach dirk koetter has him back working with -- back working with the first unit.
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working together. >> i think that he is a phenomenal tight-end. he does a lot of things well. i think we just play hard. we both like to make plays. we're good people. we're both, we're both misunderstood in a way. people think that cam is from harvard and is soft. he i we'll do a great job and keep elevating the team. >> to baseball and the natural question, why couldn't the rays have played like this the season winning six of seven games and the last two against the best in the al. the turn around can be linked to the production and the last 7 games they are hitting 300 with
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that's second to the cubs. that can carry over. >> and the rays will face off against david price fors third time this season. there 1-1. and on the hill for the rays. they have yet to get a win. the teams have been outscored 15-2. and first pitch after 7:00. and to se of what games you will need to watch. i have detailed it i have given my predictions. this is the sports forecast. let's see how i did monday. and my pick to win the 400. see lost due to a legal dive. rays are blown out or get the win on tuesday, i got that one right as well. the rowdies, thursday that's easy money.
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the rangers on friday. that's three out of five. how about this week. david price the curse, long title. it ends. red sox pick the victory up. the rays bounce back on tuesday. archer finishes the season and gets the victory and then big game in the national league out west it is the damager -- dodgers. and the midweek race. pre-season football. falcons on thursday. this is the game where you play most of the starters throughout the game. then the same thing happened another south victory. bucs get it done. when i them you get a lot of depth players in there the
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are opposing. they made improvements. >> jameis winston has to start faster. >> he did that in college. >> he does. keep in mind they are doing a lot of stuff rio...
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another state -- blocking president obama's order to allow transgender students to use the bathroom and another state blocking the order to let people use the bathroom of their. the title 9 law is not ambiguous and about the differences between sexes. texas is one of 13 states that say the mandate is uninstitutional. >> right now i cannot think of a handful of my friends that are
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>> the waters are receding in louisiana allowing people a cans to get home and assess the damage and there is a lot of it. it will take a while. as of this morning 61,000 homes have been destroyed or damaged. and will carr is in louisiana. >> the rain is falling in parts of louisiana as evacuation orders are lifted. people cleaning out their homes assessg flooding the region has seen. now thousands of volunteers are pouring into the state to help rebuild. >> we take for granted that we can go out and have dinner and these people have nothing, no food, water. there is nothing. >> meanwhile the president is scheduled to visits area on tuesday. he will meet with the flood victims animal officials getting a update and on recovery
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that he should have cut short his vacation, the team is working closely getting the job done. >> and the response effort is ramping up. and it is opening three new centers and the administration will offer disaster loans for homeowners trying to rebuild. the white house said all resources will be at the state's disposal for an effort expected to tak >> the response that you see from the federal government, it has been effective. and the president and the other members of the team that have responsibilities, they have been effective. >> we're expecting more rain ahead of the visit. as a resident puts it, he asks for the country's thoughts and attention. will carr, fox news. >> there are a lot of people who need help. officials say more than 100,000
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assistance. crews in four states fighting mother nature. the hardest hit areas are central california and washington. jonathan hunt tonight has more on the fires forcing thousands out of their homes. >> from california to washington state, several wildfires are destroying homes and forcing evacuations n the spokane, washington area, dozens of homes e fires, they were out of town on vacation their house down the road caught on fire burned and there is nothing left of it. >> a fire burning more than nine square miles and destroying at least six homes. in california, six large fires are burning statewide, including a major fire threatening the central coast. people are under orders there
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burned. and hearst castle, home to mag nate william randolph hearst, has been shut down due to the approaching flames. >> with the art collection inside, we have plans in place if we need them due to the fire. >> in san bernardino county east of los angeles, hundreds of people are now being allowed to return home after a fire there burned more than 100 homes to the ground. >> it has been extended evacuation t is nice to come home. and know itstnd stag. >> thank you, firefighters. >> the crews are already stretched thin just as we enter the peak of the season. officials say shortages may cause some to stay on duty longer than scheduled.
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%ox news. donald trump is on the campaign trail today getting back on message after questions raised this weekend about his immigration policies. hillary clinton is responding to reports that the clinton foundation was getting questionable donations. we're following the campaigns from washington. >> reporter: trump in ohio meeting with the fraternallal order of police, hoping to boost his poll numbers in a state where hillary clinton is ahead by 4 points. do hispanic advisory council sparking reports he may walk back the controversial mass deportation plans. they were quick to jump on the news saying it is a trump flip flop but he shot down the reports, we're working with a lot of people in the community to come up with an answer. >> you're not flip flopping? >> no, i'm not flopping. >> in times of crisis, america
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>> knock the crap out of her, seriously. >> clinton is trying to pint her opponent as dangerous as her campaign is dealing with the backlash over reports that the clinton foundation received donations from foreign countries something that tramp latched on to and calling for the charity to close. speaking with ironworkers in vegas, tim kaine hit for not releasing his tax returns. >> before you go about attacking a charity don't you come clean about your own business dealings and tell the american people who are you in debt to. >> the president bill clinton outlined the ways the foundation would changes if hillary clinton wins and a stop to all foreign and corporate donations. they are called unprecedented steps. in washington, lauren blanchard, fox news. >> thank you very much. the state department looking
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they were disclosed in the closed investigation. lawyers say they expect to release the first patch in mid-october right before the november election. after a month long battle, felons have their voting rights restored in virginia. and the virginia supreme court ruled last month the governors can not ignore the voting rights -- or restore to thousands at once but they have to do it on that's what the governor's staff did. processing paperwork for each felon. he is a democrat is trying to get the felons registered to help hillary clinton win. we're learning about the investigation into the terrible shooting in milwaukee that sparked nights of protest. at a press conference, listen to this, the attorney-general said the shooting on sivelle smith
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the video will not be released just yet. >> release of the videos would compromise the integrity of the investigation. we are searching for the truth it is necessary to to confront witnesses with information that they didn't know that we know. >> part of the reason why they are not releasing they are trying to determine if charges should be filed against the officer who pulled the athletes are heading home as rio returns to normal after being on the world stage. the crowd inside the stadium is waiting to see the flames put out, it was the same outside as well. on olympic boulevard in rio a replica of the called ron burned. when the flame inside went out, so did the one outside bringing
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the medal count. with is 21 -- with 121 medals. the tourists, athletes, media are gone. workers started collecting the crash around the stadium. the beach the site of the biggest parties quiet. television ratings were down a little bit only half as many@ people ceremony compared to the last night in london. ratings for the ceremony peaked in the first half hour of the broadcast. he won a gold in swimming, ryan lochte today lost two responsors. ralph lauren and speedo dropped sponsorship. he add three others were robbed, ryan lochte stated but that was not exactly true. speedo said we cannot confine
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values the brand has long stood for. they are donating $50,000 part of his fee to save the children in brazil. we have some dramatic pictures of a new isis weapon. children suicide i think everyone's home becomes a part of them or takes on their character.
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it's ties, shirts, cufflinks, everything sold at macy's and they're doing great.? letterman: ?where are the shirts made?? off-camera voice: ?bangladesh.? letterman: ?bangladesh.? trump: ?well, it's good. we employ people in bangladesh." letterman: ?ties? where are the ties made?" they have to work, too. these are beautiful ties. they are great ties. the ties are made in where? china? off-camera voice: ?china.? letterman: ?the ties are made in china." [ audience laughter ] in world new tonight... turkish leaders vow to fight islamic state militants and get rid of the group along its leaders will fight islamic fighters and get rid of them along the borders. >> this is after a wedding was bombed and killed 51. no claim of possibility but
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isis. investigators are trying to figure out if the bomber could have been a child or adult. turkey is a main target because the government is working to stop people from crossing into syria to join the -- join the fighters. another killed bombing averted. a would be suicide bomber before he was able to detonate his explosive belt a video show as grou two men were cutting off a belt of explosives. the child is displaced from mosul because of operations there. president president carter announced a year ago that he brain cancer. how he is doing now.
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(mark high cholesterol is high cholesterol is common in adults but not in kids. why is important to have kids tested. stopping it in kids before it is a silent killer tonight on the 10:00 news. oil prices are dragging down the market today. the dow closing down 23.
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closing bell. the s&p ended just over a point in red. one year ago former president carter sat at a table during a news conference and told the world that he had brain cancer. today the cancer is gone he is back to building houses. with habitat for humanity. the 91-year-old former president hammered away at a work site in memphis. an mri doctor doctors said the cancer had spread to but he told reportersed today tt back then he did not expect to live very long. >> a year ago i did not think i would live two or three weeks because they had removed part of my liver because i had cancer there. and after that they did an mri they found four cancer places in my brain. i thought i had a few weeks to live. by november i was respond
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was hopeful but not certain. it was not until january that the i came back free from any cancer in the brain or the rest of my body. >> that's incredible. doctors for the former president used a new cancer drug combined with radiation therapy. carter said he will help build habitat homes in canada next year. he teaches sunday school every week at his church in rain georgia. >> he looks amazing. >> he does. >> 91 everyone wants to know what is that treatment that's important to separate the world, he swings that hammer well. paul take us into the night, quiet day, a little warm. and the past half hour the rain that was popping up is rained out. another hot, steamy summer day. that's a great view.
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northeast. there is a lot of dry air i don't see much in the way of rain this evening. slightly better chance some. an it is just another day. every time i do the climate data the high was 92. we hit 92 it has within between 90 and 94 all summer long. a sticky 80. around the bay area showers that were popping up. they have rained themselves out a hint temple terrace gone nothing north rain up by dade city gone. we slide south and there is rain by arcadia. that's it. rain in charlotte and lee counties. that's dying out. we'll be rain free and sticky tonight. sunshine highs in the 90s. lots of dry air the 6:00 temperatures. 93 in lakeland. 92 in tampa.
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it's not 83. sarasota is 92. and tampa is 92. 88 in sant pete. 19 the high drs to 89. that's not a big deal it can be hot in late september and october but a sign as the days get shorter and the sun is lower that we're moving towards cooler days. think about last year and how november and decembe i don't think that will happen this year i think that was a function of what was going on in the pacific with developing el nino. we're talking about the tropics. a td 7 will be a storm. fiona. you have invest 99 l, if lots of dry air for that. ahead of it and some sheer a 20% chance of development in two
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it will be in a spot near the islands here that does not favor the development. look at the dry air in place. that's dry. tough for a wave to develop throughout the air mass. not much is going to change in the next couple of days. the models going out 7 or 8 days. remend you that we don't put the stock in how they predict the stm, they are aggressive. and a big storm in the gulf, this is tuesday. not tomorrow's tuesday. 7 days from tomorrow. i can guarantee we show the same run it will be here and here and maybe weeker. this is the guy that could be something heading in the general direction of the state in a week or so. the gfs model which is running
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more disorganized. and the trough would provide sheer, the holed is not as aggressive as the the european my fox, all kinds of data, fun thing to check out. clear tonight. we're down to 80. sunshine a few storms we're back up to 92. why not magic number this summer. storms. rain chances. minor changes day by day. minor changes day by day. 90 for highs. z22rnz zy6z
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tonight at 11 the cost of saving a life? it has gone up a lot if you use an epi pen. how they are handling a 400% price hike. we have been warned to stay out of neighborhoods because of the virus. what about the students who go to school there. the fears of a different kind. the 11:00 news. and right in the backyard there is a program to help women military veterans cope with pain. not only does it and that is what's right with tampa bay. they have been supportive for each other. a holistic approach to health and healing. >> i want to tell you ladies how much i love you. >> breathe in -- >> they are part of a 12-week program for veterans to help them connect with one another while dealing with personal issues.
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group. >> i felt if we did something so they had a better perspective and more value of themselves that their lives would be better, i go days without getting dressed. >> carmen, 23-year military veteran, fell into depression after leaving the army. sharing her problem with her band of sisters has given her a new outlook. , i had a sense of belonging again, a understanding what i had been through. >> taking your values. >> they work with a care team to address their medical. mental health and social work issues and support each other on their journeys, i feel like my life has changed and gotten better. >> and this veteran was 22 years in the military. she could not sleep at night due to back pain, the group has changed her life.
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the fact that we're veterans, we're women, we can listen to one another and we can share the pain. >> pain that connected them in mind, body and spirit for a common mission. >> how important is that? helping, goodness. >> keep it together working together. the news keeps on going.
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you and i were not allowed to save them unless we were willing to be sued. has government lost its mind? so i fixed the law to make sure we are all empowered to rescue those who can not rescue themselves. that is the least we can do. after all the love they give. dana young for the florida senate.
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i overexaggerated that story. i overexaggerated this story. >> my immature intoxicated behavior. >> what do you say to your fans? >> for american tv and one brazilian, how they're alike and where they differ. ryan lochte finally shares what led to that gun being drawn. >> this is simone central. >> after gathering all that gold, there is nothing better than coming home. who got this? give me a hug!


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